Hoffman belongings under the hammer

Salisbury Journal: Dustin Hoffman is selling some of his belongings Dustin Hoffman is selling some of his belongings

Dustin Hoffman is putting some of his antiques and movie memorabilia under the hammer, according to reports.

The Hollywood star, 76, is auctioning off personal property from his luxurious triple apartment on Central Park West.

Page Six reported that the Oscar winner is selling high-end furnishings, art and movie paraphernalia from his private screening room.

The auction, being held through Nye and Co, does not include any memorabilia or props from his own films.

The New York Post's Page Six reported that among the 200 lots for sale are two autographed movie projectors, Qing Dynasty furniture, a collection of porcelain dolls beginning at just 25 dollars (£15), black-and-white stills from the 1961 movie Lola, blliards equipment and a mid-18th-century Irish mahogany pier table.

The auction runs until December 17.

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